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  • Martin Eayrs
    From the Editor of IATEFL issues. ................................ I have this idea for an article in IATEFL Issues in which half a dozen different people
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 9 12:06 PM
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      From the Editor of IATEFL issues.
      ................................

      I have this idea for an article in 'IATEFL Issues' in which half a
      dozen different people comment on how their lives as teachers (or
      perhaps their institutions) have been changed by computers and
      internet technology.

      I am thinking in terms of a number of short vignettes, in which each
      writer reflects on one little thing which has been particularly
      significant, time-saving, mindboggling, revolutionary, etc.

      Each piece would be of equal length, about 200 words -long enough for
      a pithy, snappy item and short enough to avoid becominmg wordy and
      boring. I had in mind five or six such items which I would string
      together with minimal comment to form a double page article.

      This 'scrip' is deliberately vague, so that each writer will come at
      it in a different way. And the content doesn't have to be techy -
      it's for a general public - but should be entertaining and hopefully
      enlightening. Nothing too heavy this time ..

      And now I need contributors. Any takers ?

      Martin

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      Martin Eayrs mailto:martin@...
      Editor, IATEFL Issues
      PO Box 6095 http://www.iatefl.org
      Wivenhoe,
      CO7 9GX Essex
      United Kingdom Fax (UK): (0044)-1-206-826851
      .....................................................
      IATEFL is the International Asociation of Teachers of
      English as a Foreign Language
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    • Shams Bhatti
      Hi Martin I am an ESOL teacher at the Manchester College of Arts and Technology and using CALL as my focal point for ESL learners. Can I write in your
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 14 3:58 PM
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        Hi Martin

        I am an ESOL teacher at the Manchester College of Arts
        and Technology and using CALL as my focal point for
        ESL learners. Can I write in your publication. Instead
        of Research in the library, it is a living experiment.
        Waiting for the reply.

        Shams

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        <BR>
        From the Editor of IATEFL issues.<BR>
        ................................<BR>
        <BR>
        I have this idea for an article in 'IATEFL Issues' in
        which half a <BR>
        dozen different people comment on how their lives as
        teachers (or <BR>
        perhaps their institutions) have been changed by
        computers and <BR>
        internet technology.<BR>
        <BR>
        I am thinking in terms of a number of short vignettes,
        in which each <BR>
        writer reflects on one little thing which has been
        particularly <BR>
        significant, time-saving, mindboggling, revolutionary,
        etc.<BR>
        <BR>
        Each piece would be of equal length, about 200 words
        -long enough for <BR>
        a pithy, snappy item and short enough to avoid
        becominmg wordy and <BR>
        boring. I had in mind five or six such items which I
        would string <BR>
        together with minimal comment to form a double page
        article.<BR>
        <BR>
        This 'scrip' is deliberately vague, so that each
        writer will come at <BR>
        it in a different way. And the content doesn't have to
        be techy - <BR>
        it's for a general public - but should be entertaining
        and hopefully <BR>
        enlightening. Nothing too heavy this time ..<BR>
        <BR>
        And now I need contributors. Any takers ?<BR>
        <BR>
        Martin<BR>
        <BR>
        -- <BR>
        <BR>
        ....................................................<BR>
        Martin
        Eayrs                
        mailto:martin@...<BR>
        Editor, IATEFL Issues<BR>
        PO Box
        6095                   
        <a
        href="http://www.iatefl.org">http://www.iatefl.org</a><BR>
        Wivenhoe,<BR>
        CO7 9GX Essex<BR>
        United
        Kingdom         
        Fax (UK): (0044)-1-206-826851<BR>
        .....................................................<BR>
        IATEFL is the International Asociation of Teachers
        of<BR>
        English as a Foreign Language<BR>
        .....................................................<BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
        <BR>
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